DN Dance is delighted to announce that Miss Chanelle has been appointed to the exciting new role of Head of Student Progression.
Over the last two years Chanelle has organised and coordinated all student exams and her new role is an extension of her current responsibilities. This appointment means we can be proactive and person-centred in how we support and advise our dance families, as they navigate the many options and opportunities in front of them. Chanelle will also play an important part in identifying partnerships with local businesses who provide complimentary services that support the progression of our dancers.
“We are delighted Chanelle has accepted this new and exciting role. Over the last two years Chanelle has overseen the organisation and coordination of all student exams. Her new role comes in recognition of the fantastic work she has done. The creation of this role shows our intent to continually improve what we offer to our students and their families. I’m certain Chanelle will do a great job and we can’t wait for her to get started”. (Lindsay Bleakley, Director, DN Dance)
Chanelle will now look after all aspects of student development, physical and emotional welfare. This includes, building our knowledge in respect of career pathways, emerging dance syllabuses, injury prevention and recovery, physical performance, and emotional wellbeing. Chanelle will also act as a liaison between DN Dance and our wonderful dance families and will give dedicated support and advice on these subjects as required.
“I’m excited to start my new role as Head of Student Progression and growing this key department of DN Dance. Student development and welfare has always been a subject close to my heart. Within this new role I hope to play a big part in supporting and guiding our students to make informed decisions about their career aspirations and their physical and emotional wellbeing needs.” (Chanelle Djordevic, Head of Student Progression).
You can contact Miss Chanelle directly about any of the subjects within her remit, described above, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Author: Lindsay Bleakley